Affiliation: Ph.D. Student, Human-Centered Computing, Georgia Tech
Focus : ICTD, Internet Access, Bangladesh, Sustainability, Policy, Design, Prototyping, UX research
I am a first-year PhD student. My research focuses on the internet usage practice in Bangladesh. I am currently using qualitative methods to gather and analyse data from participants.
I am also a new guitar enthusiast. I love being engaged in adventurous activities. This year I am planning to do scuba diving and skydiving.
Honors & Awards:
- 1st Runner-Up (Team) of Inter-University Project Show at 6th IUT National ICT Festival in September 2014.
- Received Best Poster award in MoHCI organised by BUET in February 2014.
When the Internet Goes Down in Bangladesh
Mehrab Bin Morshed, Michelanne Dye, Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, and Neha Kumar | CSCW ’17
Zero-Rating Plans Across Borders
Mehrab Bin Morshed and Neha Kumar | CHI ’16 (Development Consortium Workshop Paper)
Suhrid: A Collaborative Mobile Phone Interface for Low-Literate People
Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Maruf Zaber, Mehrab Bin Morshed, Md Habibullah Bin Ismail, Dan Cosley, Steven J. Jackson | DEV ’15
Ecologies of Use and Design: Individual and Social Uses of Mobile Phones Within Low-Literate Rickshaw-Puller Communities in Urban Bangladesh
Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Steven J. Jackson, Maruf Zaber, Mehrab Bin Morshed, Md Habibullah Bin Ismail, Sharmin Afrose | DEV ’13
Incorporating Collaboration into the Design of Mobile Phones for the People with Low Literacy
Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed, Maruf Zaber, Mehrab Bin Morshed, Md Habibullah Bin Ismail, Sharmin Afrose | WHAT ’13 (Workshop on Human and Technology)